Natalya Zubarevich

Russian Federation

Director of the regional program of the Independent Institute for Social Policy (Moscow).

She is the author, co-writer and scientific editor of several monographs, including : "Social Development of Regions of Russia: Problems and Trends in transition" (2007, 2005 and 2003), "Russia regions: the social space in which we live?" (2005); "The region as a subject of politics and social relations" (2000).


What’s Next for the Four Russias?
The four Russias differ immensely in their levels of urbanization, globalization, technological development, and their promise. Changes in Russia’s political landscape since December 2011, especially
Moscow: problems of a megapolis
We have a super-centralized government system where the best jobs and funds are concentrated in Moscow. This is prompting rational people to move to the places where they can make the most money and
Is It Possible to Stop the Flow of Migrants to Russia?
If citizens of Russia believe that a country whose population consists of 24% pensioners is capable of giving up migrants and letting pensioners clean courtyards, drive buses or work at